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William Wathen Deed 54-573

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Date: 17 Mar 1900 [unknown]
Location: Union, Kentucky, United Statesmap
Surname/tag: Wathen, Lucas, Berry
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1900 Henry & Julia Lucas to William Wathen. Kentucky, Union County, Deed Book 54, pp. 573, County Court. 1900, Digital images 676-677 of 719, FamilySearch.org, ([1]: accessed 19 May 2021)

Deed Transcription

This Indenture, made and entered into this the 17th., day of March 1900 by and between Henry Lucas and his wife Julia Lucas, parties of the first part and William Wathen, party of the second part, All of Union County, Kentucky, WITNESSETH:-
That the first parties for and in consideration of the sum of One Hundred and Twenty Five ($125.oo) Dollars to be paid by the party of the second part, To-wit, $50.oo due and payable Mch. 17th, 1901- $50.oo due and payable Mch 17th- 1902 and $25.00 due and payable Mch 17th. 1903- For which said sums the party of the second part has executed and delivered his three promissory notes of even date herewith made due and payable as above stated, with six per cent interest from date till paid and for the payment of said notes a lien is retained on the real estate herein conveyed, the receipt of said notes is hereby acknowledged, the first said Parties have this day bargained and sold and do by these presents hereby sell, transfer and convey unto the said second party, William Wathen his heirs and assigns forever the following described piece or parcel of land situated in Uniontown, Union County, Kentucky, and is known and described as lot No. (14) Fourteen in that portion of said town of Uniontown formerly known as Francisburg and is the same property conveyed to first party by deed from John Gip Berry and others Now of record in the Union County Clerk’s Office.
To have and to hold the above described piece of land with all appurtenances thereunto belonging, unto the said second party, William Wathen, his heirs and assigns forever, with the covenant of general Warranty. In testimony whereof the parties of the first part have here unto placed their names the day and date first herein written. Henry (his X mark) Lucas.
Julia (her X mark) Lucas.
Attest. C. Z. Cambon,
Robt. G. Byrne.

State of Kentucky, County of Union, Sct.
I, C.Z.Cambron, a Notoray Public, in and for the county and state aforesaid do certify that the foregoing deed from Henry Lucas and his wife to William Wathen, was on this day produced to and before me in my duly acknowledge by Henry Lucas and his wife Julia Lucas to be their act and deed in due form of law. All of which is certified to the proper office for record- Given under my hand and notarial seal this the 29th, day of December 1900-
C.Z.Cambron, Notary Public.
Union County, Ky.
My Commission expires Jan’y 15th. 1904.

State of Kentucky, County of Union, Sct.
I, E H Wathen, Clerk of the Union county Court, do certify that the foregoing deed duly stamped, was on this day produced to me and ordered to be and is with this and the foregoing certificate, truly recorded in my office. Witness my hand this 31st, day of December,1900-

Note in Margin

Henry Lucas (col) To Wm Wathen (col) Deed
Ex & Given to me this 2/4/1901, Henry Ring





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